CED to conduct workshop on STEM Education for teachers

by Rex Godinez Ortega, Office of the Chancellor



The College of Education has been given authority to hold a workshop for in-service Department of Education teachers from Region 10 at the college’s amphitheater on October 11-13.

The three-day workshop is for free, and will see CED faculty leading discussions and conduct activities regarding interdisciplinary contextualization for STEM education.

STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

STEM education is a program that centers on the teaching of the four subjects (science, technology, engineering, and math) in an interdisciplinary and practical method.

Its main idea is to teach the four in an integrated manner instead of as individually separate and distinct disciplines.

The resource persons for the workshop are CED faculty members Charity Mulig Cruz, Jun Karren Caparoso, Odyssa Natividad Molo, and Everlita Canalita.

Topics : CED  STEM